Plus, a San Marcos studio that specializes in hand-printed goods, an Austin group supporting women of color, and Richard Linklater’s new animal rescue show.
Melissa Maerz’s new book is a raucous reunion for the cast and crew of the film, whose depiction of the insecurities and thrills of teenage life have made it timeless.
Bassam Tariq's first feature film, which he cowrote with the British-Pakistani rapper and actor Riz Ahmed, makes its Texas debut this week.
The owner of the now-shuttered Austin mainstay I Luv Video hopes to ensure the collection remains publicly accessible.
The film follows Texans who are waiting, hoping, and fighting for news of their missing sons.
The Texan athlete, who famously raised his fist on the medal stand at the 1968 Olympics, is the subject of a new film premiering this week on Starz.
The filmmaker discusses the winding path, from Texas to Singapore to Japan and back, that led to Amazon commissioning his first feature.
A selection of Texas-bred horror films, books, and TV episodes to indulge in during the spooky times.
Plus, ‘Seinfeld’ stars yadda yadda yadda for Texas Democrats, ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ races to TV, and the Matthew McConaughey blitz has begun.
The late Horton Foote, known for his screen adaptation of ’To Kill a Mockingbird,’ is the subject of a movie premiering at this year’s Austin Film Festival.
Plus, Demi Lovato releases an anti-Trump song, Sandra Bullock gets back into rom-coms, and the Legendary Stardust Cowboy gets the documentary treatment.
‘Ready or Not’ is an affectionate portrait of Marcel McClinton, a teen activist and mass shooting survivor who challenged incumbent councilman Michael Kubosh.
Its influence is evident in the way new releases such as ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ and ‘Cobra Kai’ use time in their storytelling.
The annual mock-government summer camp—which I attended in 1995—hits the national spotlight thanks to an engaging new documentary.
Plus, Megan Thee Stallion’s latest collaboration, a true crime podcast about a UT campus murder, and a Dallas-based online vintage shop.
Plus, Ethan Hawke plays Tesla, Jamie Foxx's sci-fi action epic gets a trailer, and Post Malone eats worms.
These themes, which he returns to again and again in his movies, illustrate how he's developed as a filmmaker.
The Texas director is still making movies about mundane yet consequential interactions—albeit quarantined and temporarily cut off from the film community he helped build.
The feature debut, which was awarded SXSW’s Louis Black “Lone Star” Award earlier this year, centers on the story of a mother and daughter navigating a scholarship pageant.
The community has united to save the 73-year-old cinema and venue, which did not qualify for federal relief funding.
Plus, Richard Linklater’s ‘Before Sunrise’ and a forgotten moment in Texas rodeo history.
The Uvalde native and patron saint of "alright" just keeps makin' videos.
Plus, a longread that dives to the deepest places on earth and Molly Burch’s cover of Ariana Grande’s ‘Needy.’
A year after charming the Cannes Film Festival, Austin director Annie Silverstein's feature debut has been released on VOD.
Plus, St. Vincent launches a podcast in the shower, SXSW is sued over refunds, and the Texanist gets his own sitcom.
Because there’s nothing to watch.
Plus, more charity from Post Malone and the ‘Dallas’ cast, Travis Scott in concert on ‘Fortnite,’ and McConaughey’s mom needs wine.
The legendary Houston stand-up was a more conventional comic before he grew up on stages across America.
Plus, the ‘Cheer’ team choreographs a Zoom routine, Myst heads to TV, and Matthew McConaughey debuts “Bobby Bandito.”
The actor's sincerity and tendency to ramble on about “livin’” brings joy during a trying moment.
A former employee bids farewell to an Austin institution—and a fading way of life.
Plus, Willie, Lizzo, and Kacey Musgraves announce virtual concerts, the ATX Television Festival moves online, and more.
Plus, SXSW hosts film screenings over Amazon, the Alamo Drafthouse launches at your house, and Lizzo gives to hospital workers.
Plus, ‘Supernatural' wraps for “a while,” SXSW announces film awards, and another Matthew McConaughey pep talk.
Plus, scores of Texan films and TV shows shut down over virus fears, while SXSW and Jamie Foxx gamely soldier on.
Plus, a new TV series will explore Dallas’s “Dr. Death,” Woody Harrelson subs in for Jason Statham, and Matthew McConaughey just keeps road trippin.'
Plus, Tony Romo gets a much-deserved raise, William Jackson Harper gets his first movie lead, and more.
Suspending the festival amid coronavirus fears would be The Big One for Austin’s economy.
Plus, Hilary Duff’s 'Lizzie McGuire' reboot stalls out, Natalie Zea gets her own TV show, and Jamie Foxx tries to get Leonardo DiCaprio to rap.
Plus, Will Ferrell makes a movie about Collin Street Bakery, Tye Sheridan levels up, and meet Travis Scott’s AI replacement.
Plus, new music from Caleb Landry Jones and Kaitlyn Dever, and candles from Kacey Musgraves and Erykah Badu.
The musician BFFs are bringing their movie about the making of a movie about musician BFFs to SXSW.
Plus, Jerry Harris of ‘Cheer' is ready for his closeup, Jessica Simpson’s comeback, and Post Malone’s Super Bowl commercial.
The Sundance Film Festival award winner follows teenagers from across Texas as they convene in Austin for an immersive lesson in government.
The post-McConaissance period has been rough, but the actor’s turn in ‘The Gentlemen’ would have fit into that golden age.
Plus, ‘SNL' spoofs ‘Cheer,' Robert Rodriguez’s latest is headed to streaming, and the Austin-based Neon makes a splash at Sundance.
Plus, ‘Cheer’-mania takes over the world, the Von Erichs and DJ Screw get the biopic treatment, and Mark Wahlberg beats the crap out of Post Malone.
Plus, Richard Linklater rescues animals, Chip and Joanna Gaines rehab the DIY network, and Meat Loaf sues a Dallas hotel.
Plus, Alamo Drafthouse gets into books and Matthew McConaughey unveils his 2020 credo.
Some of our favorite conversations from our second season, featuring Willie Nelson, Ted Cruz, and Brooklyn Decker.